We are very happy to provide a series of Infographics that make it easlier to display information. These include common words and phrases across a number of Pacific Languages. 

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Pacific Language Infographics

This challenging word search is made up of Pacific Island names and common Pacific Island words, how many can you find? 

Word Search: Fiji, Kiribati, Niue, Cookislands, Samoa, Tonga, Moe, Ikai, Malo, Leai, Fale, Talofa, Tulou, Pacific, Kole, Sefulu, Hongofulu, Umu, Inu, Bula

Māori Whakataukī

A Whakataukī allows us to consider our thinking through the lens of Māori, rather than our own. The below Whakataukī is aligned to our belief that children are a Taonga (treasure), and that by sowing seeds of encouragement, kindness, patience and love, we are laying the foundation for our children’s future.   

Tongan Scriptures

White Sunday is an important day in the Pacific Calendar. Children have the opportunity to dress up in their best white outfits, perform songs and quote scriptures in front of the Church. This scripture is widely recited by Tongan children while their parents and family look on proudly

Tuvalu Infographics

Tuvalu, a special place in the Pacific is influenced by principals based on culture, history and stories.  

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